15 April 2011: 10:53am
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Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was dealt a heavy blow when one of his closest allies quit and fled to Britain.Read
Britain has not ruled out arming opposition forces in Libya, Prime Minister David Cameron said as rebel troops fell back under an onslaught from Muammar Gaddafi's military.Read
Hundreds of theatres, galleries and other organisations are to lose some, or all, of their public funding because of Government spending cuts.Read
Police are hunting three youths over the shooting of a five-year-old girl and a shopkeeper.Read
Boxing legend Frank Bruno has told how he was stopped by police recently on suspicion of stealing his own car.Read
Rail infrastructure company Network Rail (NR) has pleaded guilty to breaching safety regulations over the 2002 Potters Bar train crash which claimed seven lives.Read
Ian Tomlinson looked "out of it" and "wasted" minutes before he was shoved to the ground by a police officer at the G20 protests, an inquest has been told.Read
Detectives have urged two gang targets to come forward to explain who shot a five-year-old girl in the chest and blasted a shopkeeper in the face.Read
The Government has expelled five diplomats from the Libyan embassy in London because they "could pose a threat" to national security.Read
Hundreds of arts organisations have lost their funding in what Arts Council England's (ACE) chairwoman Dame Liz Forgan described as a series of "painful decisions".Read
Britain has not ruled out providing arms to rebels in Libya, but has not yet taken the decision to do so, Prime Minister David Cameron has told the House of Commons.Read
Detectives investigating the shooting of a five-year-old girl and a shopkeeper believe they were caught in the crossfire of a gang blasting two youths who sheltered in their shop.Read
A taxi driver charged with the murder of Sian O'Callaghan has been remanded in custody.Read
More than half of England's charities plan to cut staff over the next three months amid expectations the financial state of the sector will get worse, a survey has found.Read
Trial results on two groundbreaking drugs are expected to bring new hope to patients with the deadliest form of skin cancer.Read
Labour leader Ed Miliband is to marry his long-term partner Justine Thornton on May 27.Read
A five-year-old is in a critical condition in hospital after a shooting.Read
Airport operator BAA will still have to sell two of its UK airports following a provisional ruling by the Competition Commission (CC).Read
The "nappy curriculum" for under-fives is bogged down by targets and drastically in need of reform, a Government-commissioned review is due to conclude.Read
Around a third of the police workforce in England and Wales is not classed as being on the "front line", according to Her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary.Read
The man accused of murdering Sian O'Callaghan is due to appear in court for a bail hearing.Read
Veteran spy novelist John Le Carre has asked to be removed from the list of nominees for a leading literary award.Read
A change of diet could help flatulent farm animals reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, a study has said.Read
Veteran spy novelist John le Carre has been nominated for a leading literary award.Read
More than 80 MPs are calling for an overhaul of stalking laws in a move that could see cyber-stalking made an offence.Read
Many train passengers will face slower and less-frequent services if the Government's HS2 high-speed rail scheme goes ahead, according to a report from the TaxPayers' Alliance.Read
More than a third of people retiring this year will be living off incomes that put them below the poverty line, research has indicated.Read
Around two-thirds of the police workforce in England and Wales is classed as being on the "front line", according to Her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary.Read
Middle-class skilled workers saw the biggest jump in insolvencies during 2010 as growing numbers of them could not keep up with their debts, research has indicated.Read
An investigation is under way into how a fake bomb was transported on a cargo plane from the UK.Read
Britain may be willing to accept Muammar Gaddafi going into exile as a way to end the current crisis in Libya, Foreign Secretary William Hague has indicated.Read
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